The Yingxiongling structural belt is located in the south of the world's highest-altitude petroliferous basin, Qaidam Basin. The complete understanding and interpretation for the entire survey is becoming significantly more important for exploration well deployment. Survey merging has become urgent given the rising demand for further exploration and production in the area. In this paper, we have merged five blocks in the northwest into one. Dynamic warping plays a key role for post-migration data merge. With proper application of this technology and sophisticated model editing, we can minimize the time differences between different blocks. Finally, we provided a good subsurface seismic image for the further exploration evaluation of the Yingxiongling structural belt.

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